The latest news from the ICFR.
The online registration and accommodation booking system is now open. Early bird registration is available and on-campus accommodation are guaranteed to those who register before 1 July 2013.
Deadline for paper submission has been extended until Monday 13 May 2013.
Note: papers can be submitted regardless of whether an Expression of Interest has previously been submitted.
Four exhibitors at ICFR have been lined up so far. Exhibition space is still available in the Peter Chalk Centre.
The best young author prizes (￡700 winner, ￡300 runner-up) will be awarded to presenters born in or after 1980.
ICFR registration fees have been announced. Thanks to the financial support by the sponsor ACO, the University of Exeter and the CORFU project, the fees are relatively low, and discounted fees and financial support will be offered to a limited number of presenting authors.
As an alternative to technical visits, social activities for ICFR participants and accompanying persons have been organised. These include Exeter Red Coat Guided Tours and the visit to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery.
|High-standard accommodation is offered on campus – in Holland Hall – guaranteed to those who register before 1 July. There are many alternative places to stay in Exeter.|
|A concert to honour Professor Erik Pasche (1955-2010) will be held after the conference dinner on 6 September, in the open air with views over the Exe River Valley.|
On-line system for paper submission has been activated. Note: Papers can be submitted regardless of whether an Expression of Interest has previously been submitted.
A large number of expressions of interest for all ICFR activities have been received, including three confirmed exhibitors.
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